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After surviving the incidents in Barrow, Alaska, Stella Olemaun moves to Los Angeles, where she intentionally attracts the attention of the local vampires population in order to avenge the death of her husband, Eben.

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If the idea of immortal bloodsuckers hunting victims in a claustrophobic Alaskan town in the dead of winter fills you with palpable dread, IDW has an upcoming treat from30 Days of Nightco-creatorSteve Niles(Frankenstein Alive!) and artist Piotr Kowalski (Sex, Wolfenstein).

This seminal series from Niles and Ben Templesmith originally debuted with IDW back in 2002. It was a breath of fresh air in the stale territory of horror comics of the time, and was punctuated by stark, grisly art that grabbed readers by the pulsing jugular. It inspired evocative sequels, tie-in novels, an excellent 2007 feature film directed by David Slade, and a 2010 sequel,30 Days Of Night: Dark Days, directed by Ben Ketai.

This December, the savage undead return to the snow-ravaged confines of sunless Barrow, Alaska in30 Days Of Night 1, a re-vamped six-issue miniseries from the twisted minds of its original creators.

Heres the official solicitation synopsis:

As the sun sets over an isolated Alaskan townshipnot to rise again for a montha new evil emerges from the shadows to terrorize the town But after a series of strange events and horrific killings, the question becomes what lurks in the shadows? 30 Days of Night is reborn in an all new reimagining of the series designed to titillate the mind and horrify the senses!

In the gallery below, sink your teeth into this tempting 5-page preview, plus all the variant covers, then tell us if you feel drawn to this chilling vampire title.

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30 Days of Night Dust to Dust

is a 2008 American 6-partthat was released m and FEARnet On Demandthat acts as a sequel to the 2007 moviein 2008. Set one month after the events in the movie, the series focuses on Sara Maguire, a nurse who is attacked by a vampire and slowly transforms into one. She is tracked down by Nick Maguire, her brother, Gina, an FBI agent, and George Fowler, the vampire hunter from

The show opens with George Fowler (Andrew Laurich), aCDCprisoner, shown writing a six letter/digit code on his chest then burning a piece of paper. When he finishes, an image of a vampire briefly flashes near him. A prison guard comes to the cell and informs him that he will be moved to maximum security prison. George goes straight up to the bars and implores him not to take him outside of the prison as the vampires chasing him are waiting for him. The guard informs him that this is the punishment he gets for beheading people.

The scene changes to Sara and Nick Maguire (Christopher Stapleton) at their apartment. Nick, a police officer about to resign, is going through some stuff in a box and looks at some newspaper articles detailing murders. Sara asks Nick whats going on and Nick seems preoccupied. Sara leaves for work as a nurse at the prison as Nick warns her to be careful.

George is taken outside to be transferred by Sara (Mimi Michaels) and three guards. A bloodcurdling scream from a vampire is heard in the distance prompting George to try and escape and they ask Sara to inject him to pacify him. Thevampireattacks, slitting Saras throat thus infecting her with vampirism and killing the guards. Sara runs off in a panic as George grabs a nearby gun and frees himself from his chains. He shoots the vampire in the leg and chases after Sara as he realizes she will eventually turn and cause havoc. Sara gets away from George and cries in an alley. She feels her teeth growing sharper and is unsure of what is happening to her.

Nick is informed of the incident at the jail and goes on the hunt for George.

George has met up with his drug dealer friend in a trailer to inform him of the situation. Nick surprises George at gunpoint and tells him to lie down and explain to him whats going on. The vampire from the jail attack finds them at the trailer and begins stomping on the roof. The drug dealer goes outside and is killed. The vampire breaks into the trailer and attacks George and Nick. They escape and drive off. Nick receives a frantic call from Sara telling him that shes scared and then hangs up.

Meanwhile, Sara is taken in by a woman named Tracy (Rainie Davis). She is brought into a room and then left alone while Tracy changes in the bathroom. Sara gets the urge to feed and kills Tracys dog to quench her voracious thirst. When Tracy comes out of the bathroom, Sara attacks her, bites into her neck and feeds, killing Tracy.

Nick and George talk as they are driving away from the trailer scene. George tells Nick about the fact that Sara is no longer his sister. He tells Nick about how people transform if they are bitten or scratched by these creatures. He also notes that Sara will likely go to a familiar place when sunrise approaches. Nick then goes to Tracys house to find Sara.

Nick and George arrive and find no one. They see that Tracy is dead on the bed and then they are surprised by Detective Gina. Gina refuses to believe what is going on and thinks that George and Nick killed Tracy. Tracy springs to life as a vampire and attacks Gina. Gina pushes Tracy off and George blows her head off with a shotgun blast. Gina is terrified and agrees to follow George and Nick to find Sara.

George, Nick and Gina (Shawnee SmithofSaw) go to Nick and Saras house to wait for her. Gina goes to take a shower and sees blood draining into the tub. Sara has been hiding behind her the whole time and lunges forth to feed on her, killing Gina. George and Nick charge into the bathroom to find a hysterical Sara crying. Nick decides to handcuff Sara to the top of the shower curtain for her own safety until they figure out what to do with her. At this point, the vampire chasing George attacks the house with another vampire and they manage to wound George. The vampire tears the flesh from Georges chest holding the six digit number. Nick kills the main vampire with a stake to the head. The other vampire tackles Nick and is about to feed on him when Sara breaks herself out of the bathroom and tackles the vampire. They wrestle for a bit and the vampire attempts to throw Sara outside into the sun. Sara pushes off at the last second and sends the vampire to its death out on the lawn in the sun.

Sara and Nick talk for a moment and Sara realizes what she needs to do next. Nick begs her not to go by wrapping his arms around her and pleading with her. Sara pushes him off and then runs out into the sun, screaming in agony as she dies.

Nick turns around and sees George struggling to his feet. Georges eyes start to turn black, initiating his transformation into a vampire. Nick takes out his gun and quickly draws it to shoot George dead as the screen blackens out.

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30 Days of Night 2

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After surviving the incidents in Barrow, Alaska, Stella (Kiele Sanchez) relocates to Los Angeles, where she intentionally attracts the attention of the local vampire population in order to avenge the death of her husband, Eben.

The movie 30 Days of Night Dark Days will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 5, 2010.

Weve got our hands on the first official movie trailer of 30 Days of Night 2, aka 30 Days of Night Dark Days. Watch it below:

After surviving the incidents in Barrow, Alaska, Stella Olemaun relocates to Los Angeles, where she intentionally attracts the attention of the local vampire population in order to avenge the death of her husband, Eben.

Whos going to win in the movie 30 Days of Night 2: humans or vampires?

A movie sequel to 30 Days of Night 2 is being filmed! 30 Days of Night 2, aka 30 Days of Night Dark Days, is directed by Ben Ketai and based on a script co-written by Steve Niles and Ben Ketai. Melissa George isnt reprising her role as Stella Olesonthe, shes replaced by Kiele Sanchez. Are also starring: Rhys Coiro, Mia Kirshner, Harold Perrineau, Diora Baird, Rhys Coiro, Monique Ganderton, Marco Sorian, and Katherine Isabelle. The movie 30 Days of Night 2 will be released in 2010.

Here below a first look at Kiele Sanchez as Stella Olesonthe in 30 Days of Night 2, aka 30 Days of Night Dark Days:

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Its been a year since the Alaskan town of Barrows population was decimated by vampires during its annual month long sunset. Riddled with grief over the death of her husband, bound by nightmares and void of all emotions beyond hate and sorrow, Stella (Sanchez) has spent the past months traveling the world, trying to convince others that vampires exist. Met with skepticism and laughter, Stella is ready to throw in the towel when a group of lost souls (Coiro, Baird and Perrineau) offers an incredible opportunity: the chance to exact revenge upon Lilith (Kirshner), the vampire queen responsible for the assault on her sleepy Alaskan town. With nothing remaining to live for, and nothing left to fear, Stella joins their mission and ventures into the uncharted underbelly of Los Angeles where she pushes herself to the most extreme limits to stop the evil from striking again.

A bit sad that David Slade (whos busy withEclipse) is not helming this 30 Days of Night sequel. But the scriptwriters are the same, so we may hope that 30 Days of Night 2 will be faithful to the spirit of the first movie.

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Marlow Roderick

was a fictionalvampirefeatured in the2007film. He was played by actorDanny Huston.

Marlow Roderick was avampirein service to an elder namedVicente. In2002, Marlow learned about an isolated region known asBarrowin the US state ofAlaska. For thirty days out of every year fromNovember 18thtoDecember 17th, the entire town is plunged into a month-long frigid, endless night with no sun. Such an environment was perfect hunting ground for any vampire. Vicente was intrigued to learn about this and ordered Marlow to take his brood and go to Barrow ahead of him.[1]

Marlow found a humanstrangerto aide him in his cause. Through this agent, Marlow as able to keep Barrow completely cut off from the outside world by sabotaging their transportation and communication systems. Once this was achieved, Roderick and his brood descended upon the town and began feeding indiscriminately. The stranger had hoped that Marlow would repay him by turning him into a vampire, but instead, Marlow simply killed him. One of the residents that Marlow personally killed wasAdam Colletta. Adam tried to defend himself by shooting Marlow, but the shot proved ineffective. The vampire repaid him by pinning him against a wall and impaling him with a hot fire poker.

By day 7, the human population of Barrow was virtually non-existent and finding prey proved more difficult. Marlow and several of his lieutenants captured a young woman namedKirsten Toomeyand used her as bait to draw out other possible survivors. When this tactic failed, Kirsten broke down crying, praying to God. Marlow told her that there was no God and began slashing at her face. His crony,Arvin, finished her off.

Marlows next failure came three weeks later. SheriffEben Oleson, one of the survivors, managed to escape the onslaught and made it back to his mothers house. Marlow and another vampire namedIrisfollowed him and prepared to raid the home. When the door opened however, Eben shined a sun lamp at them, severely injuring Iris. Marlow drew her back, but seeing that she was now broken decided to end her existence.

On Day 27 of the sunless winter, Marlow Roderick decided that he had his fill of Barrow and made preparations to leave. Under his orders, the vampires opened up an oil pipeline and set it afire with the intent of burning the entire town to the ground. Sheriff Oleson believed that the only way to stop a vampire was with another vampire. He injected himself with vampire blood hoping that he could stave off the bloodlust effects long enough to stop Roderick. Now benefitting from a vampires strength and endurance, he went out into the snow and challenged Roderick. Marlow was a very old vampire however and his long years of experience gave him a tactical edge over Oleson. Eben got in one lucky, fatal shot however when he plunged his fist through Marlows face and out the back side of his head. With their leader gone, the surviving vampires quickly abandoned Barrow, Alaska.[2]

The character of Marlow Roderick was created bySteve NilesandBen Templesmith.

comic book series byIDW Publishing. In the film he is referred to only as Marlow.

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Over the last one hundred years or so (well, since Bram Stoker decided to get spooky anyway), typically when we think of vampires we think of kind of strange, kind of creepy but distinctly alluring characters with a thirst for human blood. Throughout literature and film, we were graced with the likes of StokersDracula(al Christopher Lee,Gary Oldmanetc.), Anne RicesInterview With the Vampirearistocratic velvet-clad blood-suckers (played on screen by Brad Pitt and Domiziana Giordana), or of course the leather jacket-ed, big haired babes of 80s cult classicThe Lost Boys. While all of these characters were indeed man-hunting predators, they have one other thing in common theyre a little bit sexy. These are fabled ancient creatures that hunt down and drain innocent victims (and virginal ladies) of their blood without remorse a scary concept but they have been depicted as sultry and seductive beings in popular culture for quite some time. In 2007 however, this changed with the release of David Slades30 Days of Night, based on the comic book series of the same name. Just in time for Halloween, audiences were treated to a vampire flick that genuinely scared them unlike its predecessors, full of blood, gore, snow, and gratuitous violence, with vampires that were legitimately terrifying. Ten years on, for many its still a classic horror favourite and an excellent example of the vampire genre.

So why is this? Is it Josh Hartnetts smouldering good looks as Sheriff Eben? Or is it the lovely Christmas-y atmosphere of Alaska mid-blizzard? No, its probably the fact that30 Days of Nightis an actual horror film. Unlike the vampire movies before it which were more glamourous and often pantomime-esque, with eccentric villains and romantic plots, Slades film presents vampires as cold and calculated killing-machines as well as taking great advantage of a number of classic horror tropes. Complete with black eyes and razor sharp teeth, these guys are far from human nothing sexy about them. The general vampire mythos tends to be that vampires were at one stage human but unfortunately fell victim to their creator. In this film however, they are a species unto themselves, a coven of vicious predators constantly hunting for their next banquet of nice, hard-working Alaskans. What is perhaps more terrifying about them is their implied superiority to humans. They speak their own ancient language and mock humans for their belief in God and hopes for mercy their leader, Marlow (played by Danny Huston), showing a particular disdain for us mere mortals. Another thing that separates30 Days of Nightfrom the typical vampire genre is the lack of a main antagonist. While Marlow is indeed the leader of the pack, he is not given the same reverence as characters such as Dracula or Kiefer Sutherlands David (The Lost Boys).

While all of these characters were indeed man-hunting predators, they have one other thing in common theyre a little bit sexy [] In 2007 however, this changed with the release of David Slades30 Days of Night

They arent dastardly bad guys to be reckoned with, but instead straight-up monsters.30 Days of Nightalso deviates from the good versus evil status quo of vampire films. Generally speaking the formula goes as such: vampires (bad) attack + noble hero (good) fights back = evil vanquished. Instead, the creatures wreak havoc with a bit of resistance from the townsfolk, but then just move on to the next unfortunate village, minus a few of their mates. The fact that the monsters arent actually destroyed in this film (even in spite of the noble sacrifice made by the protagonist) makes it all the more chilling. Furthermore, vampire films are known for their protagonists almost willingly falling victim to their assailant (because theyre sexy) and as such can become quite predictable, sticking to a general formula.30 Days of Nightinstead makes use of building up tension and really amplifying the sense of isolation. The sense of dread slowly grows with the arrival of the vampires pet human (Ben Foster), and the destruction of the towns power sources, vehicles and even (brace yourself) dogs. It is incredibly reminiscent of horror classics,The Thing(1982) or evenAlien(1979), as the poor humans fight to stay alive (and sane), all while stuck without sunlight or outside contact for an entire month. Scary stuff.

Another reason30 Days of Nightis a firm favourite for horror fans is because it redeems vampires as movie monsters. For centuries, these creatures were genuinely feared in cultures all over the world, sometimes even causing mass hysteria and the staking of corpses (just in case). Depending on where you were, they came in many forms but more often than not, they were abhorrent in appearance and rarely charming: e.g. El Chupacabra. It wasnt until the 19thcentury with Stokers magnum opus (or John PolidorisThe Vampyre depending on how well-read you are) that sucking blood became in any wayon trend. By the early 2000s however, sexy vampires were beginning to lose their steam and so this film served as a welcome change to the genre. Just a year after its release, the global phenomenon ofThe Twilight Sagamade its cinematic debut, and while it remains incredibly successful, it also became a massive joke and the trope of the attractive, brooding vampire became laughable. Even in spite of many other successful franchises (e.g.True Blood, Underworld, The Vampire Diaries, etc.), it hasnt really been taken very seriously just take a look at theKey & Peele sketchon the subject.

Countering the downfall of Edward Cullen and his sparkly mates, the scary vampire began to pardon the pun rise again. In 2008, audiences were introduced to Eli the childlike but terrifying vampire in Swedish creepfest,Let the Right One In. In 2009, vampiric Ethan Hawke fought off an evil vampire corporation and monstrous mutated vampires inDaybreakers. In 2010,30 Days of Nightgot a sequel. In 2014, Guillermo Del Toros TV series,The Strain, gave the nice folks at home a weekly scare at bedtime with plague-induced vampires. Maybe30 Days of Nightisnt entirely responsible for this shift, but it certainly seems to mark a turning point in the vampire genre.

30 Days of Nightturns ten years old this week. While it might not be a huge part of pop culture memory, it represents a turning point in the vampire genre, it still has its spook factor (try telling me the bit where theyre using the girl as bait isnt creepy as hell), and for many, it remains a horror favourite.

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30 Days Of Night – Sequel Plans

Thats right, a follow up to the film written to be a film which was then rejected and adapted as a graphic novel that spawned its own successful comic franchise before being picked up and adapted as a film (pay attention at the back).

The unique point about30 Days of Nightwas that vampires attacked an arctic town and besieged it for guess thirty days. As a concept, it worked great the vampires were awesome, the gore was intense and the first nights battle was insanely good. Structurally, it all fell apart around the time it began jumping ahead through the days just to have the characters sitting around in an attic, trying deperately not to fart. Perhaps three days of night would have been better?

Whatever your thoughts, cameras roll on the sequel in October. Plot details are fairly thin on the ground, but what we do know is that Stella (originally played by Melissa George not returning for the sequel) is going to lead a revenge attack on the vampires who attacked them, namely Lillith, the lead vampires girlfriend. The story was written by series creator Ben Miles and Ben Kentai, who penned the web shortsBlood TrailsandDust to Dustfor the first film. Kentai also replaces David Slade as the director. Expect a release date late next year/ early 2011 for30 Days of Night: Dark Days.

Vampire fans havent really got much else to look forward to these days, besides from next yearsDaybreakers. Instead, its a steady diet of the vampire who loves and sparkles

Urgh. In any case, heres the first movies trailer see if you can count the number of fades to black:

I counted 35, but I think I missed a few.

i knew this was coming! the first one i thought was really great, hopefully the sequel do it justice. As for the amount of fades to blackwell, im just gonna assume they didnt wanna go all out and change the settings on windows movie maker xD

WOW i loved 30 days of night it is one of the best vamp movies around i cant wait for the sequel..it sux that Melissa George wont be playing Stella but ill live woo yaybut didnt the lead vamps girlfriend die she got hit with the UVlight then he Killed her right? so wats this about stella hunting her down????

Either way, I own all the comics and novels (obviously the movie) and I enjoy the first two graphic novels the best seeing that they fit the storyline the best. It is great that they are going to be making the sequel even though there were so many things left out from the comic that should have been left in the movie to allow for the sequel to take place. Not to mention a few minor changes to characters as well.

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